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From [email protected] Tue May 19 16:43:52 1992
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From: Gerben 'P' Vos <[email protected]>
Subject: RFD:  comp.sys.acorn reorganization
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  *** REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION: comp.sys.acorn SPLIT ***

Recently, comp.sys.acorn has been flooded by flame wars and the amount of
traffic is, in general, becoming too high. This is why there has been some
discussion on how to split the group. Now the ideas on this are becoming
clearer, i think it's time to make that discussion official.

Note: all discussion should take place in news.groups . It is inevitable that
some of it will leak into comp.sys.acorn, but don't make it too bad.

What follows is a summary of the groups proposed, and some of the points
concerning these new groups.


comp.sys.acorn.advocacy
comp.sys.acorn.irrelevant (half :-))

  Flamewars and uninteresting discussions can be redirected here.
  This was the main reason why a split was proposed.

comp.sys.acorn.announce moderated

  Announcements, press releases, FAQ lists, FTP lists. We need to find a
  moderator (Alan Glover has half volunteered, but maybe there are others?)

comp.sys.acorn.tech
comp.sys.acorn.hardware
comp.sys.acorn.software

  Technical discussions.
  The main point here seems to be: do we want a single .tech group, or
  two groups, .hardware and .software? (Maybe we want all?)

comp.sys.acorn
comp.sys.acorn.misc

  General talk and discussion.
  Will we move c.s.a to c.s.a.misc, or do we just create the new groups and
  leave the name of c.s.a unchanged?


Postings about all Acorn machines, from the humble System I up to the R260 and
A5000 will be appropriate in all of the above groups, as well as postings
concerning all aspects and uses of the ARM chips.

I hope we can have a quick and good discussion on this, so we can start voting
in the first half of June (the guidelines have no lower limit on the
discussion time, but we should have things sorted out in 30 days, according to
them). If the voting period lasts three weeks and the groups pass, they can be
created before July. But knowing Usenet, it will be later...

I won't be able to take the votes (exams and such...). Volunteers?
-- 
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G e r b e n   V o s   <><
Aconet: 8500/104!Gerben Vos  Internet: [email protected]
Contrary to popular belief, the programmers at Acorn do know what they are
doing.  -- Nicko van Someren

From [email protected] Thu Jun 11 14:30:01 1992
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From: Gerben 'P' Vos <[email protected]>
Subject: CFV: comp.sys.acorn reorganization
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It's
	THE GREAT COMP.SYS.ACORN REORGANISATION

Hello, and welcome. Here are our contestants:

1) CREATE comp.sys.acorn.advocacy
   Description: Why my Acorn computer or program is better than yours. Or not.

   Charter: Here you can hold long debates why the ARM610 is better than the
   586, why Translator's user interface is so very bad (or good!), or why
   Acorn should lower their prices. If you hold your wars here, the people who
   want to actually *do* things can get on with their work in the other Acorn
   groups.

2) CREATE comp.sys.acorn.announce moderated Alan Glover <[email protected]>
   Description: Announcements of interest to Acorn and ARM users. (Moderated)

   Charter: This will be a low-noise group in which announcements about
   (products for) Acorn computers or the ARM can be made, as well as
   additions to public archives, FAQ lists, virus alerts etc.

3) CREATE comp.sys.acorn.tech
   Description: Programming aspects and hardware of Acorn and ARM products.

   Charter: This group is for discussion among people who develop hard- and
   software for or with Acorn computers or ARM chips. Non-technical
   discussions belong in comp.sys.acorn.misc (or comp.sys.acorn, if .misc
   is not created).

4) RENAME comp.sys.acorn TO comp.sys.acorn.misc
   Description: The Acorn computer.

   Charter: This group is for discussion among users of Acorn computers.
   General Q&A belong here, as well as everything that doesn't fall under
   one of the other acorn groups. Lengthy discussions on the merits of one
   computer or piece of software over the other should move to .advocacy .


If you want to vote, please reply to this article (including its body), remove
everything except the ballot below, and replace the X's by Y (Yes), N (No) or
A (Abstain), depending on your choice.

============================ BALLOT ============================ 
   vote-01: [X] Create comp.sys.acorn.advocacy
   vote-02: [X] Create comp.sys.acorn.announce moderated
   vote-03: [X] Create comp.sys.acorn.tech
   vote-04: [X] Rename comp.sys.acorn to comp.sys.acorn.misc
================================================================

The voting address is [email protected], and voting is open from now until Friday
10 July 1992, 23:59:59 GMT. Yes, this is long, but during the last week of the
vote i will be on holiday, so i'll return just in time to count the votes.
You are encouraged to vote before 3 July, so i can ask you for information if
your vote is unclear in some way.

Please keep the keyword "CFV" in the subject header, that makes it easier for
me to separate the votes from the normal mail.

Voters will receive an automagic acknowledgement of their vote (unless my
vote processing script would break down, of course).

Unless i'm in a bad mood, i will also accept votes in a different format (as
long as they are unambiguous and unconditional, i.e. "Yes, if..." type votes
will be treated as comments and not counted).

Voting "AAAA" is the same as not sending any vote, except that you get your
name listed in the list of the results.

If you change your mind, you can send your new vote to me in the same way.
The vote with the last date stamp will count.

A proposal passes if it has 100 more yes than no votes, and there are at least
twice as many yes as no votes for it. The four votes are separate, with the
logical exception that if all of 1..3 fail, 4 (rename to .misc) will not be
executed, even if it passes.

Thank you. May the best newsgroups win! (round of applause, commercial break)
-- 
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G e r b e n   V o s   <><
Aconet: 8500/104!Gerben Vos  Internet: [email protected]
Contrary to popular belief, the programmers at Acorn do know what they are
doing.  -- Nicko van Someren

From [email protected] Fri Jun 19 13:25:11 1992
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From: Gerben 'P' Vos <[email protected]>
Subject: 2nd CFV: comp.sys.acorn reorganization
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[The third posting of the CFV will include a mass acknowledgement]

It's
	THE GREAT COMP.SYS.ACORN REORGANISATION

Hello, and welcome. Here are our contestants:

1) CREATE comp.sys.acorn.advocacy
   Description: Why my Acorn computer or program is better than yours. Or not.

   Charter: Here you can hold long debates why the ARM610 is better than the
   586, why Translator's user interface is so very bad (or good!), or why
   Acorn should lower their prices. If you hold your wars here, the people who
   want to actually *do* things can get on with their work in the other Acorn
   groups.

2) CREATE comp.sys.acorn.announce moderated Alan Glover <[email protected]>
   Description: Announcements of interest to Acorn and ARM users. (Moderated)

   Charter: This will be a low-noise group in which announcements about
   (products for) Acorn computers or the ARM can be made, as well as
   additions to public archives, FAQ lists, virus alerts etc.

3) CREATE comp.sys.acorn.tech
   Description: Programming aspects and hardware of Acorn and ARM products.

   Charter: This group is for discussion among people who develop hard- and
   software for or with Acorn computers or ARM chips. Non-technical
   discussions belong in comp.sys.acorn.misc (or comp.sys.acorn, if .misc
   is not created).

4) RENAME comp.sys.acorn TO comp.sys.acorn.misc
   Description: The Acorn computer.

   Charter: This group is for discussion among users of Acorn computers.
   General Q&A belong here, as well as everything that doesn't fall under
   one of the other acorn groups. Lengthy discussions on the merits of one
   computer or piece of software over the other should move to .advocacy .


If you want to vote, please reply to this article (including its body), remove
everything except the ballot below, and replace the X's by Y (Yes), N (No) or
A (Abstain), depending on your choice.

============================ BALLOT ============================ 
   vote-01: [X] Create comp.sys.acorn.advocacy
   vote-02: [X] Create comp.sys.acorn.announce moderated
   vote-03: [X] Create comp.sys.acorn.tech
   vote-04: [X] Rename comp.sys.acorn to comp.sys.acorn.misc
================================================================

The voting address is [email protected] (people in the UK: if this doesn't work,
try [email protected] or [email protected]), and voting is open from
now until Friday 10 July 1992, 23:59:59 GMT. Yes, this is long, but during the
last week of the vote i will be on holiday, so i'll return just in time to
count the votes.
You are encouraged to vote before 3 July, so i can ask you for information if
your vote is unclear in some way.

Please keep the keyword "CFV" in the subject header, that makes it easier for
me to separate the votes from the normal mail.

Voters will receive an automagic acknowledgement of their vote (unless my
vote processing script would break down, of course).

Unless i'm in a bad mood, i will also accept votes in a different format (as
long as they are unambiguous and unconditional, i.e. "Yes, if..." type votes
will be treated as comments and not counted).

Voting "AAAA" is the same as not sending any vote, except that you get your
name listed in the list of the results.

If you change your mind, you can send your new vote to me in the same way.
The vote with the last date stamp will count.

A proposal passes if it has 100 more yes than no votes, and there are at least
twice as many yes as no votes for it. The four votes are separate, with the
logical exception that if all of 1..3 fail, 4 (rename to .misc) will not be
executed, even if it passes.

Thank you. May the best newsgroups win! (round of applause, commercial break)
-- 
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G e r b e n   V o s   <><
Aconet: 8500/104!Gerben Vos  Internet: [email protected]
Contrary to popular belief, the programmers at Acorn do know what they are
doing.  -- Nicko van Someren

From [email protected] Mon Jun 29 16:56:06 1992
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From: Gerben 'P' Vos <[email protected]>
Subject: 3rd CFV and VOTE ACK: comp.sys.acorn reorganization
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[Below the Call For Votes is a list of all people whose votes i have received.]

It's
	THE GREAT COMP.SYS.ACORN REORGANISATION

Hello, and welcome. Here are our contestants:

1) CREATE comp.sys.acorn.advocacy
   Description: Why my Acorn computer or program is better than yours. Or not.

   Charter: Here you can hold long debates why the ARM610 is better than the
   586, why Translator's user interface is so very bad (or good!), or why
   Acorn should lower their prices. If you hold your wars here, the people who
   want to actually *do* things can get on with their work in the other Acorn
   groups.

2) CREATE comp.sys.acorn.announce moderated Alan Glover <[email protected]>
   Description: Announcements of interest to Acorn and ARM users. (Moderated)

   Charter: This will be a low-noise group in which announcements about
   (products for) Acorn computers or the ARM can be made, as well as
   additions to public archives, FAQ lists, virus alerts etc.

3) CREATE comp.sys.acorn.tech
   Description: Programming aspects and hardware of Acorn and ARM products.

   Charter: This group is for discussion among people who develop hard- and
   software for or with Acorn computers or ARM chips. Non-technical
   discussions belong in comp.sys.acorn.misc (or comp.sys.acorn, if .misc
   is not created).

4) RENAME comp.sys.acorn TO comp.sys.acorn.misc
   Description: The Acorn computer.

   Charter: This group is for discussion among users of Acorn computers.
   General Q&A belong here, as well as everything that doesn't fall under
   one of the other acorn groups. Lengthy discussions on the merits of one
   computer or piece of software over the other should move to .advocacy .


If you want to vote, please reply to this article (including its body), remove
everything except the ballot below, and replace the X's by Y (Yes), N (No) or
A (Abstain), depending on your choice.

============================ BALLOT ============================ 
   vote-01: [X] Create comp.sys.acorn.advocacy
   vote-02: [X] Create comp.sys.acorn.announce moderated
   vote-03: [X] Create comp.sys.acorn.tech
   vote-04: [X] Rename comp.sys.acorn to comp.sys.acorn.misc
================================================================

The voting address is [email protected] (people in the UK: if this doesn't work,
try [email protected] or [email protected]), and voting is open from
now until Friday 10 July 1992, 23:59:59 GMT.

During the last week of the vote i will be on holiday, but i'll return just in
time to count the votes. You are encouraged to vote before 3 July, so i can
ask you for information if your vote is unclear in some way.

Please keep the keyword "CFV" in the subject header, that makes it easier for
me to separate the votes from the normal mail.

Voters will receive an automagic acknowledgement of their vote (my vote
processing script seems to work remarkably well).

Unless i'm in a bad mood, i will also accept votes in a different format (as
long as they are unambiguous and unconditional, i.e. "Yes, if..." type votes
will be treated as comments and not counted).

Voting "AAAA" is the same as not sending any vote, except that you get your
name listed in the list of the results.

If you change your mind, you can send your new vote to me in the same way.
The vote with the last date stamp will count.

A proposal passes if it has 100 more yes than no votes, and there are at least
twice as many yes as no votes for it. The four votes are separate, with the
logical exception that if all of 1..3 fail, 4 (rename to .misc) will not be
executed, even if it passes.

Thank you. May the best newsgroups win! (round of applause, commercial break)


I have received votes from the following people as of
Thu Jun 25 00:43:04 GMT 1992 (times and dates are in GMT):

10-06-1992 14:32:25  (R Voisey <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 12:33:12 /G=Rhodri/S=James/O=SJ-Research/ADMD=INTERSPAN/C=GB/ <[email protected]t.nl>
11-06-1992 13:16:53 /G=Richard/S=Crook/O=SJ-Research/ADMD=INTERSPAN/C=GB/ <[email protected]et.nl>
10-06-1992 08:04:49 /I=S/S=Carter/OU=HAL0200/O=STC Technology Ltd/PRMD=STC Plc/ <"/I=S/S=Carter/OU=HAL0200/O=STC Technology Ltd/PRMD=STC Plc/"@gold-400.gb>
10-06-1992 03:03:39 2105995 <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 08:55:29 A.J.D.Hurley <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 09:54:24 ajj-a <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 07:22:16 Alan Glover <[email protected]>
12-06-1992 21:36:00 Alan Ralph <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 08:06:15 Albert Koelmans <[email protected]>
11-06-1992 12:58:55 Alexander Jung <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 20:11:09 Andreas Raab <[email protected]>
11-06-1992 14:09:22 Andrew McMurry <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 10:45:07 Andrew.Stevens <[email protected]>
11-06-1992 13:59:11 Andy Ingle <[email protected]>
11-06-1992 09:43:46 Andy Merritt <[email protected]>
24-06-1992 12:39:48 Andy Yule <[email protected]>
13-06-1992 14:11:25 angelo <[email protected]>
11-06-1992 19:14:00 Anthony Frost <[email protected]>
19-06-1992 12:08:56 b c thompson <[email protected]>
12-06-1992 15:08:19 B Hogan <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 08:21:21 B.McCrone <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 11:55:15 Banana Jack <[email protected]>
15-06-1992 08:39:55 banksie <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 13:44:19 Bill Owens <[email protected]>
09-06-1992 21:56:22 Boerge Noest <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 19:11:30 Brian.Brunswick <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 13:05:09 Bruce Cockburn <[email protected]>
17-06-1992 13:03:34 C.D.Latham <[email protected]>
12-06-1992 22:27:21 Carsten Beck <[email protected]>
09-06-1992 16:46:42 Charles Loader <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 06:17:32 chas <[email protected]>
13-06-1992 00:57:59 Chris Dennis <[email protected]>
09-06-1992 18:19:22 Chris Glencross <[email protected]>
12-06-1992 13:46:54 Chris Hill <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 09:24:16 Chris Marshall <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 21:29:00 Christian Weisgerber <[email protected]>
22-06-1992 17:59:55 Christopher <[email protected]>
11-06-1992 12:01:31 Colin H A Hogben <[email protected]>
12-06-1992 20:16:25 crj10 <[email protected]>
11-06-1992 10:35:26 D.S.Walker <[email protected]>
09-06-1992 17:52:34 Dag H}kon Myrdal <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 04:05:02 Damon W. Atkins <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 14:27:34 David Alan Gilbert <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 08:57:09 David Campbell <[email protected]>
11-06-1992 19:52:57 David De Vorchik <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 09:21:10 David Elworthy <[email protected]>
11-06-1992 09:24:14 David Seal <[email protected]>
22-06-1992 08:26:17 David Sparks <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 08:01:15 dcw-a <[email protected]>
09-06-1992 21:49:29 dean <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 19:27:11 Denis Howe <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 08:04:15 Dick Alstein <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 12:28:38 dme <[email protected]>
16-06-1992 02:43:17 Domenic DeFrancesco <[email protected]>
19-06-1992 12:51:41 Edward Nevill <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 17:07:33 ee0srk <[email protected]>
14-06-1992 01:06:10 epoo1 <[email protected]>
21-06-1992 04:43:49 Ernest Cline <[email protected]>
11-06-1992 16:21:00 Everything is possible - Except skiing through a revolving door <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 09:14:26 Frank Lancaster <[email protected]>
11-06-1992 14:13:38 G.I.West <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 10:41:31 G.N.Sinclair <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 09:26:09 Gary Bartlett <[email protected]>
09-06-1992 22:42:15 Gavin.Flower <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 13:04:17 Geoff Ballinger <[email protected]>
25-06-1992 00:21:51 Gerben 'P' Vos <[email protected]>
10-06-1992 10:17:15 gpalmer <[email protected]>
09-06-1992 23:33:42 Greg O'Sullivan, Senior Systems Administrator <gjocc@brt.deakin.edu.au>
10-06-1992 07:48:25 Greg Stewart-Nicholls <nicho@vnet.ibm.com>
11-06-1992 23:07:05 Gregory G. Woodbury <wolves!ggw@duke.cs.duke.edu>
13-06-1992 09:56:10 Gunnar Zoetl <gunnar@fasel.hotb.sub.org>
13-06-1992 03:42:46 harvey_a <harvey_a@kosmos.wcc.govt.nz>
09-06-1992 19:14:02 Hickinbottom_Stuart/pinewood_lab_hpopd <Hickinbottom_Stuart/pinewood_lab_hpopd@hpopd.pwd.hp.com>
09-06-1992 19:03:41 hsundt <hsundt@fiolilla.pvv.unit.no>
10-06-1992 06:46:00 I Thurlbeck <thurlbec@castle.edinburgh.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 07:04:31 ISGWILLIM <ISGWILLIM@isnet.inmos.co.uk>
11-06-1992 09:20:34 J M Fielder <ee88jmf@brunel.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 16:48:01 J M Hicks <cudat@csv.warwick.ac.uk>
22-06-1992 09:21:20 James G Smith <jsmith@eoe.co.uk>
09-06-1992 22:31:56 James Hammerton <jamesh@castle.edinburgh.ac.uk>
11-06-1992 12:39:55 James S. Lord <jsl@st-andrews.ac.uk>
11-06-1992 11:52:37 Jason O'Broin <J.P.O'Broin@durham.ac.uk>
22-06-1992 15:04:11 Jeff O'Keefe <jeff@ee.latrobe.edu.au>
10-06-1992 16:03:15 Jens H. Ovesen <jho@imada.ou.dk>
23-06-1992 05:12:31 Jeremy Lee <s047@sand.sics.bu.oz.au>
10-06-1992 10:20:36 John.P.Baker <John.P.Baker@bristol.ac.uk>
19-06-1992 13:21:27 John_Lagrue.Wgc-e <John_Lagrue.Wgc-e@rx.xerox.com>
15-06-1992 07:53:43 Jon Piesing <jon@prl.philips.co.uk>
18-06-1992 11:58:59 Jon Thackray <jrmt@ukc.ac.uk>
18-06-1992 12:13:12 Jon Thackray <jrthackr@isis.cs.du.edu>
11-06-1992 14:04:13 Jonathan Coxhead <jcoxhead@acorn.co.uk>
11-06-1992 15:20:24 julian <julian@bridge.welly.gen.nz>
11-06-1992 22:50:49 jwil1 <jwil1@cs.aukuni.ac.nz>
12-06-1992 01:48:27 Kai Schlichting <kai@nicedel.north.de>
23-06-1992 12:36:30 kelly <kelly@minster.york.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 11:31:03 Kjetil Torgrim Homme <kjetilho@ifi.uio.no>
15-06-1992 10:32:32 Klaus Weidner <klaus@snarc.gold.sub.org>
13-06-1992 17:44:34 Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi@ifi.uio.no>
10-06-1992 19:43:52 Laura Gillespie <laura@tsdiag.ocpt.ccur.com>
09-06-1992 17:16:35 Leif Gunnar Myhr <leifmy@ifi.uio.no>
10-06-1992 00:32:29 lithgow <lithgow@usl.com>
09-06-1992 16:15:20 lockedm <lockedm@ingres.com>
10-06-1992 07:44:20 Loek L. Frederiks <loek@nt.eltn.utwente.nl>
12-06-1992 14:13:13 Lord Yak Da Hairy <johny@cogs.sussex.ac.uk>
17-06-1992 13:22:48 M.M.B.Corley <M.M.B.Corley@cen.exeter.ac.uk>
11-06-1992 18:48:39 m89mrg <m89mrg@ecs.oxford.ac.uk>
11-06-1992 12:06:44 m90rjw <m90rjw@ecs.oxford.ac.uk>
19-06-1992 10:46:04 ma <ma@maths.bath.ac.uk>
12-06-1992 07:55:41 Marc J M Botman <mjmb@jet.uk>
11-06-1992 09:56:05 Marc Moorcroft <smarry@zooid.guild.org>
22-06-1992 12:34:00 Martin Penny <PHT600@sirius.ukc.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 08:35:44 Martin Ward <Martin.Ward@durham.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 07:11:22 medema <medema@prl.philips.nl>
10-06-1992 08:39:46 Menno Genseberger (W90 <genseber@fwi.uva.nl>
10-06-1992 14:31:28 Merlin Hughes <merlin@maths.tcd.ie>
13-06-1992 01:23:49 mhpower <mhpower@athena.mit.edu>
10-06-1992 09:05:41 mhw-a <mhw-a@minster.york.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 11:44:50 Michael Hardy <mhardy@acorn.co.uk>
11-06-1992 13:59:20 Michael Sanders <mrs1@ukc.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 10:05:12 Michaelides DT <dtm90@ecs.southampton.ac.uk>
19-06-1992 15:16:54 Mister E <ssurawls@susssys1.rdg.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 07:49:57 mk <mk@dcs.edinburgh.ac.uk>
19-06-1992 14:57:35 Mr J L Saunders <maupb@csv.warwick.ac.uk>
20-06-1992 10:53:15 Mr J L Saunders <maupb@csv.warwick.ac.uk>
23-06-1992 16:29:47 mrt <mrt@ukc.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 12:09:09 N J A Jarman [Ero] <csc329@central1.lancaster.ac.uk>
12-06-1992 18:28:33 Neil Postlethwaite <neilp@cs.heriot-watt.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 10:15:10 Nick Kaijaks <phuae@csv.warwick.ac.uk>
19-06-1992 15:50:06 Nick Smith <nas20@phoenix.cambridge.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 17:11:07 Nigel Gamble <modcomp!nigel@uunet.uu.net>
11-06-1992 13:37:33 Niklas R|jemo <rojemo@cs.chalmers.se>
10-06-1992 12:36:59 NJ Batten <njb91@ecs.southampton.ac.uk>
11-06-1992 14:38:13 Ollie W Cornes <Oliver.Cornes@newcastle.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 10:26:59 Owen Smith <osmith@acorn.co.uk>
12-06-1992 09:33:32 P MacFarlane <philipm@castle.edinburgh.ac.uk>
11-06-1992 12:21:05 P.J.Knight <P.J.Knight@bradford.ac.uk>
24-06-1992 21:50:44 Paul B Bunk, QR 2133, tel 62281, bgg 63331. <pbunk@mswe.dnet.ms.philips.nl>
22-06-1992 15:20:30 Paul Maclauchlan <paul@moore.com>
19-06-1992 12:49:56 Paul Quare <pq@computer-science.manchester.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 13:16:06 Peter McBrien <pjm@doc.imperial.ac.uk>
11-06-1992 10:49:20 Peter Roozemaal (NW afst. <witaroo@dutinfh.tudelft.nl>
10-06-1992 08:49:43 PH10 <PH10@phx.cam.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 19:40:49 Phil Howard  <pdh@netcom.com>
10-06-1992 08:26:51 Philip Colmer <pcolmer@acorn.co.uk>
11-06-1992 09:40:24 Piers L C Haken <Piers.Haken@newcastle.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 07:13:11 Pim van Grol <pim@and.nl>
11-06-1992 09:32:43 P_Debenham <P_Debenham@vme.ccc.nottingham.ac.uk>
09-06-1992 16:20:23 R. P. White <rpwhite@taurus.cs.nps.navy.mil>
10-06-1992 14:45:53 Ragnar Hafstad <gnari@grun.is>
11-06-1992 03:06:33 Real life?  Ha! <tsdavies@mailbox.syr.edu>
09-06-1992 20:26:03 Richard H. Miller <rick@crick.ssctr.bcm.tmc.edu>
10-06-1992 08:36:14 Richard Porter <rap@tcom.stc.co.uk>
22-06-1992 07:28:04 Robert Turner <Robert.Turner@brunel.ac.uk>
22-06-1992 12:14:14 rogersh <rogersh@project4.computer-science.manchester.ac.uk>
19-06-1992 17:13:02 Roland Kaltefleiter <kaltef@theo-physik.uni-kiel.dbp.de>
11-06-1992 21:50:18 Sascha Wildner <swildner@channelz.gun.de>
20-06-1992 12:01:42 Simon Lockhart <sal@ukc.ac.uk>
21-06-1992 16:49:20 simonk <simonk@castle.edinburgh.ac.uk>
23-06-1992 18:08:59 smb <smb@cs.nott.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 17:32:17 sproven <sproven@computer-science.strathclyde.ac.uk>
15-06-1992 20:33:08 srm2 <srm2@ukc.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 15:07:02 Steffan Corley <ainsjc@castle.edinburgh.ac.uk>
19-06-1992 12:51:00 Stephen Burke, Liverpool <BURKE@vxdesy.desy.de>
20-06-1992 14:11:42 Stephen Thomas <spt1@ukc.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 19:09:03 Steve "daffy" Hunt <steve@acorn.co.uk>
09-06-1992 22:17:00 Steve Loft <sloft@cix.compulink.co.uk>
10-06-1992 11:38:17 Stewart Brodie <snb90@ecs.southampton.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 09:15:51 Stuart Boutell <stuart@root.co.uk>
19-06-1992 17:48:33 Sven Heinicke <sven@cs.widener.edu>
11-06-1992 14:07:00 S_JEKUTSCH <S_JEKUTSCH@irav1.ira.uka.de>
09-06-1992 23:10:04 Tackline <cs1018@seqa.bristol.ac.uk>
20-06-1992 02:11:16 telesys!kreed <@ennews.eas.asu.edu (Kevin W. Reed):telesys!kreed@telesys.tnet.com>
12-06-1992 09:52:28 The Bored One. <jtn@ukc.ac.uk>
14-06-1992 13:33:01 The Bored One. <jtn@ukc.ac.uk>
10-06-1992 07:58:25 Thomas J Hughes <thughes@dcs.warwick.ac.uk>
18-06-1992 08:16:49 Thorvaldur S. Arnarson <thsa@grun.is>
23-06-1992 08:27:25 tjh-a <tjh-a@minster.york.ac.uk>
16-06-1992 18:57:21 Tom Albrecht <tom@portland.mdc.unisys.com>
09-06-1992 18:48:49 torq <torq@gnu.ai.mit.edu>
10-06-1992 09:34:00 Ug! <BWC@waikato.ac.nz>
10-06-1992 12:26:06 Valerio Pulese 260461/IL <valerio@sabrina.dei.unipd.it>
22-06-1992 11:26:20 vorn hancock <vhancock@acorn.co.uk>
20-06-1992 15:49:34 wgt-a <wgt-a@minster.york.ac.uk>
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Aconet: 8500/104!Gerben Vos  Internet: gpvos@cs.vu.nl
[...] is the closest to advertising I have ever seen from Acorn.  -- Jeremy Lee

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Subject: RESULT: comp.sys.acorn reorganization
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        THE GREAT COMP.SYS.ACORN REORGANISATION - FINALS

Alas, one of our contestants was knocked out of the race, and another just
barely made it, but let's first look at the score board!

        THE RESULTS FROM THE USENET JURY:

c.s.a.advocacy PASSED with 151 votes for,  50 against and  16 abstentions.
c.s.a.announce PASSED with 189 votes for,  24 against and   4 abstentions.
c.s.a.tech     PASSED with 174 votes for,  32 against and  11 abstentions.
c.s.a.misc     FAILED with 138 votes for,  57 against and  22 abstentions.

So, comp.sys.acorn.advocacy, comp.sys.acorn.announce and comp.sys.acorn.tech
will all be created, and the renaming of comp.sys.acorn to comp.sys.acorn.misc
will not take place.

The newgroup control messages will be sent out by David Lawrence after the
usual five day waiting period, during which corrections to the vote list can
be made.


Charters of the groups which have passed the voting procedure:

1) comp.sys.acorn.advocacy
   Description: Why my Acorn computer or program is better than yours. Or not.

   Charter: Here you can hold long debates why the ARM610 is better than the
   586, why Translator's user interface is so very bad (or good!), or why
   Acorn should lower their prices. If you hold your wars here, the people who
   want to actually *do* things can get on with their work in the other Acorn
   groups.

2) comp.sys.acorn.announce moderated Alan Glover <aglover@acorn.co.uk>
   Description: Announcements of interest to Acorn and ARM users. (Moderated)

   Charter: This will be a low-noise group in which announcements about
   (products for) Acorn computers or the ARM can be made, as well as
   additions to public archives, FAQ lists, virus alerts etc.

3) comp.sys.acorn.tech
   Description: Programming aspects and hardware of Acorn and ARM products.

   Charter: This group is for discussion among people who develop hard- and
   software for or with Acorn computers or ARM chips. Non-technical
   discussions belong in comp.sys.acorn .

4) comp.sys.acorn - rename failed, stays the same

Thanks go to the following people who voted:

+---- Create comp.sys.acorn.advocacy
|+--- Create comp.sys.acorn.announce
||+-- Create comp.sys.acorn.tech
|||+- Rename comp.sys.acorn to comp.sys.acorn.misc
vvvv
YYYN 10-06-1992 03:03:39 2105995 <2105995@hydra.maths.unsw.edu.au>
YYYY 10-06-1992 08:55:29 A.J.D.Hurley <A.J.D.Hurley@bnr.co.uk>
YYYY 30-06-1992 10:24:00 A.M. Hart <amh15@cus.cam.ac.uk>
NYYY 10-06-1992 09:54:24 ajj-a <ajj-a@minster.york.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 07:22:16 Alan Glover <aglover@acorn.co.uk>
AYYY 12-06-1992 21:36:00 Alan Ralph <aralph@cix.compulink.co.uk>
YYYN 10-06-1992 08:06:15 Albert Koelmans <Albert.Koelmans@newcastle.ac.uk>
AYYN 11-06-1992 12:58:55 Alexander Jung <alex@winx06.informatik.uni-wuerzburg.de>
YYYN 10-06-1992 20:11:09 Andreas Raab <raab@vlsi.informatik.th-darmstadt.de>
AYAY 11-06-1992 14:09:22 Andrew McMurry <mcmurry%orion%nextstat1.physics@ox.ac.uk>
NYYY 10-06-1992 10:45:07 Andrew.Stevens <Andrew.Stevens@prg.oxford.ac.uk>
NNNN 11-06-1992 13:59:11 Andy Ingle <andy@acorn.co.uk>
YYYA 11-06-1992 09:43:46 Andy Merritt <amerritt@armltd.co.uk>
YYYY 24-06-1992 12:39:48 Andy Yule <yuleat@prl.philips.co.uk>
YYYA 13-06-1992 14:11:25 angelo <angelo@ira.uka.de>
NYYA 11-06-1992 19:14:00 Anthony Frost <vulch@cix.compulink.co.uk>
YYYY 26-06-1992 14:16:17 Antoon Pardon <apardon@rc1.vub.ac.be>
YYYY 30-06-1992 04:42:22 Ari Pitkanen <au240@cleveland.freenet.edu>
NYYN 03-07-1992 10:39:17 Ashley Oliver <aoliver@acorn.co.uk>
NYYY 30-06-1992 12:50:57 Ashley Stevens <astevens@acorn.co.uk>
YYYY 19-06-1992 12:08:56 b c thompson <csben@pyr.swan.ac.uk>
YYYN 12-06-1992 15:08:19 B Hogan <bh2@doc.imperial.ac.uk>
YYYA 10-06-1992 08:21:21 B.McCrone <B.McCrone@uk.ac.daresbury>
YYYY 10-06-1992 11:55:15 Banana Jack <csc319@central1.lancaster.ac.uk>
YYYY 15-06-1992 08:39:55 banksie <banksie@khantazi.welly.gen.nz>
NNYN 10-06-1992 13:44:19 Bill Owens <owens@cookiemonster.cc.buffalo.edu>
YYYY 09-06-1992 21:56:22 Boerge Noest <borgen@stud.cs.uit.no>
YYYY 10-06-1992 19:11:30 Brian.Brunswick <Brian.Brunswick@cl.cam.ac.uk>
NNNN 10-06-1992 13:05:09 Bruce Cockburn <bcockburn@acorn.co.uk>
NNNN 17-06-1992 13:03:34 C.D.Latham <C.D.Latham@cen.exeter.ac.uk>
YNYY 12-06-1992 22:27:21 Carsten Beck <beck@kirk.fmi.uni-passau.de>
YYYY 10-06-1992 08:04:49 Carter <"/I=S/S=Carter/OU=HAL0200/O=STC Technology Ltd/PRMD=STC Plc/"@gold-400.gb>
NNNN 09-06-1992 16:46:42 Charles Loader <charles@morgan.ucs.mun.ca>
YYYY 10-06-1992 06:17:32 chas <chas@castle.edinburgh.ac.uk>
YYYY 13-06-1992 00:57:59 Chris Dennis <dennis_c@kosmos.wcc.govt.nz>
NYNA 30-06-1992 07:57:00 Chris Dollin <kers@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
YYYY 30-06-1992 14:23:00 Chris Edwards <edwardsc@dcs.gla.ac.uk>
YYYN 09-06-1992 18:19:22 Chris Glencross <cmg17@phoenix.cambridge.ac.uk>
YYYY 01-07-1992 21:29:02 Chris Gransden <chrisg@nedman.demon.co.uk>
YYYN 12-06-1992 13:46:54 Chris Hill <chill@esg.mentor.com>
YYYA 30-06-1992 10:57:29 Chris M Barnes <cmb@ohm.york.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 09:24:16 Chris Marshall <cmarshall@acorn.co.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 21:29:00 Christian Weisgerber <naddy@mips.ruessel.sub.org>
NNNN 22-06-1992 17:59:55 Christopher <cward@mordor>
AYAA 11-06-1992 12:01:31 Colin H A Hogben <chah@jet.uk>
YYNY 30-06-1992 10:48:48 Colm Buckley <cbuckley@unix1.tcd.ie>
NYNN 12-06-1992 20:16:25 crj10 <crj10@phx.cam.ac.uk>
YYYY 11-06-1992 10:35:26 D.S.Walker <D.S.Walker@bradford.ac.uk>
YYYY 09-06-1992 17:52:34 Dag H}kon Myrdal <dhmyrdal@solan.unit.no>
YYYN 10-06-1992 04:05:02 Damon W. Atkins <nomad@deakin.oz.au>
YYYY 26-06-1992 03:47:31 Daniel Kirkham <d.kirkham@trl.oz.au>
YYYY 30-06-1992 13:03:59 Dave Stow <daves@computing.lancaster.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 14:27:34 David Alan Gilbert <gilbertd@project4.computer-science.manchester.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 08:57:09 David Campbell <laudl@csv.warwick.ac.uk>
AYYY 11-06-1992 19:52:57 David De Vorchik <ddevorchik@acorn.co.uk>
NNNN 10-06-1992 09:21:10 David Elworthy <David.Elworthy@cl.cam.ac.uk>
YYYY 11-06-1992 09:24:14 David Seal <dseal@armltd.co.uk>
YYYY 22-06-1992 08:26:17 David Sparks <dsparks@acorn.co.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 08:01:15 dcw-a <dcw-a@minster.york.ac.uk>
AAYN 09-06-1992 21:49:29 dean <dean@cosc.canterbury.ac.nz>
YYYY 10-06-1992 19:27:11 Denis Howe <dbh@doc.imperial.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 08:04:15 Dick Alstein <wsinda@info.win.tue.nl>
YYYA 01-07-1992 15:25:47 Dimitry Petrov <petrov@fsdsb.msk.su>
NYYY 10-06-1992 12:28:38 dme <dme@cs>
YYYN 16-06-1992 02:43:17 Domenic DeFrancesco <domenic@defran.comspec.com>
NNNN 19-06-1992 12:51:41 Edward Nevill <enevill@acorn.co.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 17:07:33 ee0srk <ee0srk@gdt.bath.ac.uk>
YYYN 30-06-1992 17:12:33 eopa21 <eopa21@festival.edinburgh.ac.uk>
NNNN 14-06-1992 01:06:10 epoo1 <epoo1@cs.aukuni.ac.nz>
YYYN 01-07-1992 08:26:00 Eric Lafortune <Eric.Lafortune@cs.kuleuven.ac.be>
AAAY 21-06-1992 04:43:49 Ernest Cline <cline@usceast.cs.scarolina.edu>
NYYY 11-06-1992 16:21:00 Everything is possible - Except skiing through a revolving door <THOMPSONMR@spock.vax.aston.ac.uk>
YYNN 10-06-1992 09:14:26 Frank Lancaster <fl@pierre.tools.de>
YYYY 11-06-1992 14:13:38 G.I.West <G.I.West@bradford.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 10:41:31 G.N.Sinclair <cabr07@ccsun.strath.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 09:26:09 Gary Bartlett <garyb@abekrd.co.uk>
YYYA 09-06-1992 22:42:15 Gavin.Flower <Gavin.Flower@comp.vuw.ac.nz>
YYYY 10-06-1992 13:04:17 Geoff Ballinger <geoff@chemical-eng.edinburgh.ac.uk>
AYYN 28-06-1992 10:07:38 George Kapogannopoulos - NRCPS <gkapog@leon.nrcps.ariadne-t.gr>
YYYY 25-06-1992 00:21:51 Gerben 'P' Vos <gpvos@cs.vu.nl>
NYYY 10-06-1992 10:17:15 gpalmer <gpalmer@computer-science.strathclyde.ac.uk>
AYYA 30-06-1992 15:16:35 Graham Allan <gta@st-andrews.ac.uk>
NAAA 29-06-1992 22:41:48 Greg Lindahl <gl8f@fermi.clas.virginia.edu>
NYYN 09-06-1992 23:33:42 Greg O'Sullivan, Senior Systems Administrator <gjocc@brt.deakin.edu.au>
NYYY 10-06-1992 07:48:25 Greg Stewart-Nicholls <nicho@vnet.ibm.com>
YYYY 11-06-1992 23:07:05 Gregory G. Woodbury <wolves!ggw@duke.cs.duke.edu>
NYAY 13-06-1992 09:56:10 Gunnar Zoetl <gunnar@fasel.hotb.sub.org>
YYYY 13-06-1992 03:42:46 harvey_a <harvey_a@kosmos.wcc.govt.nz>
NYNN 09-06-1992 19:14:02 Hickinbottom_Stuart/pinewood_lab_hpopd <Hickinbottom_Stuart/pinewood_lab_hpopd@hpopd.pwd.hp.com>
AYYA 30-06-1992 11:05:12 Holger Klingspohr - 7657059  <sdes91hk@ap12.cip3a.tu-harburg.de>
YYYY 09-06-1992 19:03:41 hsundt <hsundt@fiolilla.pvv.unit.no>
YYYY 10-06-1992 06:46:00 I Thurlbeck <thurlbec@castle.edinburgh.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 07:04:31 ISGWILLIM <ISGWILLIM@isnet.inmos.co.uk>
NYYN 11-06-1992 09:20:34 J M Fielder <ee88jmf@brunel.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 16:48:01 J M Hicks <cudat@csv.warwick.ac.uk>
AYYY 22-06-1992 09:21:20 James G Smith <jsmith@eoe.co.uk>
YYYY 09-06-1992 22:31:56 James Hammerton <jamesh@castle.edinburgh.ac.uk>
YYYY 11-06-1992 12:39:55 James S. Lord <jsl@st-andrews.ac.uk>
NYYN 11-06-1992 11:52:37 Jason O'Broin <J.P.O'Broin@durham.ac.uk>
YYYA 22-06-1992 15:04:11 Jeff O'Keefe <jeff@ee.latrobe.edu.au>
YYYY 10-06-1992 16:03:15 Jens H. Ovesen <jho@imada.ou.dk>
NNNN 23-06-1992 05:12:31 Jeremy Lee <s047@sand.sics.bu.oz.au>
YYYY 06-07-1992 15:01:00 John Whistler <JOHN_W@vulcan.mentec.ie>
NYYA 10-06-1992 10:20:36 John.P.Baker <John.P.Baker@bristol.ac.uk>
YYYY 19-06-1992 13:21:27 John_Lagrue.Wgc-e <John_Lagrue.Wgc-e@rx.xerox.com>
YYYY 15-06-1992 07:53:43 Jon Piesing <jon@prl.philips.co.uk>
YYYN 18-06-1992 12:13:12 Jon Thackray <jrthackr@isis.cs.du.edu>
YYYN 11-06-1992 14:04:13 Jonathan Coxhead <jcoxhead@acorn.co.uk>
YYYY 11-06-1992 15:20:24 julian <julian@bridge.welly.gen.nz>
AYYY 11-06-1992 22:50:49 jwil1 <jwil1@cs.aukuni.ac.nz>
YYYY 12-06-1992 01:48:27 Kai Schlichting <kai@nicedel.north.de>
YYYY 23-06-1992 12:36:30 kelly <kelly@minster.york.ac.uk>
NYNN 10-06-1992 11:31:03 Kjetil Torgrim Homme <kjetilho@ifi.uio.no>
YYYY 15-06-1992 10:32:32 Klaus Weidner <klaus@snarc.gold.sub.org>
YYYY 13-06-1992 17:44:34 Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi@ifi.uio.no>
YYYN 10-06-1992 19:43:52 Laura Gillespie <laura@tsdiag.ocpt.ccur.com>
YYYY 09-06-1992 17:16:35 Leif Gunnar Myhr <leifmy@ifi.uio.no>
YYYY 10-06-1992 00:32:29 lithgow <lithgow@usl.com>
YYYY 09-06-1992 16:15:20 lockedm <lockedm@ingres.com>
YYYY 10-06-1992 07:44:20 Loek L. Frederiks <loek@nt.eltn.utwente.nl>
YYYY 12-06-1992 14:13:13 Lord Yak Da Hairy <johny@cogs.sussex.ac.uk>
YYYY 17-06-1992 13:22:48 M.M.B.Corley <M.M.B.Corley@cen.exeter.ac.uk>
NYNN 11-06-1992 18:48:39 m89mrg <m89mrg@ecs.oxford.ac.uk>
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YYAY 22-06-1992 12:34:00 Martin Penny <PHT600@sirius.ukc.ac.uk>
YYYA 30-06-1992 10:00:50 Martin Percival <martin@thed.uk22.bull.com>
YYYY 10-06-1992 08:35:44 Martin Ward <Martin.Ward@durham.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 07:11:22 medema <medema@prl.philips.nl>
YYYY 30-06-1992 17:26:58 Mel Walker <mwalker@wc.novell.com>
YYYY 10-06-1992 08:39:46 Menno Genseberger (W90 <genseber@fwi.uva.nl>
YYYY 30-06-1992 09:36:22 Menno Jonkers <mvjonke@cs.vu.nl>
YYYA 10-06-1992 14:31:28 Merlin Hughes <merlin@maths.tcd.ie>
NNNN 13-06-1992 01:23:49 mhpower <mhpower@athena.mit.edu>
YYYY 10-06-1992 09:05:41 mhw-a <mhw-a@minster.york.ac.uk>
NNNN 30-06-1992 18:32:33 michael <michael@robots.oxford.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 11:44:50 Michael Hardy <mhardy@acorn.co.uk>
YYYY 11-06-1992 13:59:20 Michael Sanders <mrs1@ukc.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 10:05:12 Michaelides DT <dtm90@ecs.southampton.ac.uk>
NYYY 19-06-1992 15:16:54 Mister E <ssurawls@susssys1.rdg.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 07:49:57 mk <mk@dcs.edinburgh.ac.uk>
YYYN 20-06-1992 10:53:15 Mr J L Saunders <maupb@csv.warwick.ac.uk>
YYYY 23-06-1992 16:29:47 mrt <mrt@ukc.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 12:09:09 N J A Jarman [Ero] <csc329@central1.lancaster.ac.uk>
YYYY 12-06-1992 18:28:33 Neil Postlethwaite <neilp@cs.heriot-watt.ac.uk>
YYYA 10-06-1992 10:15:10 Nick Kaijaks <phuae@csv.warwick.ac.uk>
YYYY 19-06-1992 15:50:06 Nick Smith <nas20@phoenix.cambridge.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 17:11:07 Nigel Gamble <modcomp!nigel@uunet.uu.net>
NYYY 11-06-1992 13:37:33 Niklas R|jemo <rojemo@cs.chalmers.se>
YYYY 10-06-1992 12:36:59 NJ Batten <njb91@ecs.southampton.ac.uk>
YYYY 11-06-1992 14:38:13 Ollie W Cornes <Oliver.Cornes@newcastle.ac.uk>
NYNY 10-06-1992 10:26:59 Owen Smith <osmith@acorn.co.uk>
YNYY 12-06-1992 09:33:32 P MacFarlane <philipm@castle.edinburgh.ac.uk>
YYYY 11-06-1992 12:21:05 P.J.Knight <P.J.Knight@bradford.ac.uk>
AYYY 24-06-1992 21:50:44 Paul B Bunk, QR 2133, tel 62281, bgg 63331. <pbunk@mswe.dnet.ms.philips.nl>
NNNN 22-06-1992 15:20:30 Paul Maclauchlan <paul@moore.com>
NYYY 19-06-1992 12:49:56 Paul Quare <pq@computer-science.manchester.ac.uk>
YYYY 10-06-1992 13:16:06 Peter McBrien <pjm@doc.imperial.ac.uk>
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YYYY 11-06-1992 14:07:00 S_JEKUTSCH <S_JEKUTSCH@irav1.ira.uka.de>
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YYYN 30-06-1992 08:20:20 Tony Veijalainen <veijalai@cc.helsinki.fi>
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